Survive the ancient temples of Zuma, the critically acclaimed action-puzzler from PopCap! Deep in the jungle lie hidden temples bursting with traps and trickery, and it's up to you to uncover their treasures. Fire magical balls from your stone frog idol to make matches of three or more and clear the deadly chain before it reaches the golden skull.
Explore all the temples if you're good, youâll rack up huge combos and special bonuses that'll help you on your way. But think fast and aim smart, or you'll be history in this action-packed puzzle challenge!
Some share a common thread of indicating possible bundled adware; this is usually from engines which are particularly cautious and more likely to throw a false positive (Avira for example) while others are one-off engines.
None of the positive results show anything outright alarming or malicious, but seem to be mundane or generic warnings of PUP/A (potentially unwanted program/application).
While the vast majority of well-known engines indicate it is safe (Kaspersky, Sophos, Symantec, Microsoft, Avast, AVG, BitDefender, TrendMicro, DrWeb etc).
Personally am inclined to believe it is safe, and this is just a false positive by over-zealous scanning engines.
January 11, 2015 Subject:
Trojan warnings are common on games of this era which were packaged with ad software. The file is straight from Popcap.
However, I've uploaded an earlier version of the game which does not show infected when scanned.
I used to play this game for DAYS back in the day, so I thought I'd download it again just to relive some old times. When I did, I tried to extract the installer, but Norton stated that this file has Trojan.ADH in it, so it wouldn't permit it.
To that end, can someone else please check? (I'm not trying to be alarmist, just take precautions.)